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SV?" CHISELS? Moat carpantara n town now have them. The only tm- U.Jw>rp provomont in chiaala. inchiJln* quality. In 20 yenra. UaStineail OarOWare Many new and modern FACTORY BRAND TtK)US on i fcJ.rhin^rV pQ ovary boat WE SHOW THEM FIRST. anQ ?l?CniIlcry VoO.j CARPETS | WE CLEAN CARPETS THOROUGHLY Without injuring the Carpet; Wash them when necessary. Beating carpets 10c pr. yd; washing carpets, 15c per yard. ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY Inc. Phone?15 J. H. K IN G, Mgr. I I I I I I 1 1 i I 1 i M-H-H-l-M-11 H- i -H-I-1 1 I 1 1 11 HH 1 1 I I I I I II 1 I i OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX f Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers ; FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 ! ?Tfr i 11 -M l-lt i I II I l I I ? I l I I I i i l l l 1 M 1 11 M I I I I I I 1 l I l M I II <? Your Business- WhyHaveSihtould-5 Reasons INTEGRITY?fairness in all dealings. EFFICIENCY?the best of service. QUALITY?Our goods are of highest standard. PRICES?the lowest consistent with high quality goods. EXPERIENCE?Our years of practical experience is your guarantee that in our store your drug wants are cared for , in the most proficient manner. BRITT'S PHARMACY 11 Received Singer Sewing Machines , I shipment of Boys' Sleds lj| ===- Baby Cutters Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates the best of t fjardware furniture everything j 7 1 in (and Plumbing j C W. YOUNG COMPANY FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA Douglas, Alaska Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex- i change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed on time deposits. < M. J. O'CONNOR, Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier The Holiday Rush is Over and we Have Time to Give to WATCH and CLOCK and JEWELRY ? h REPAIRING - PAUL BLOEDHORN JEWELER, Douglas, Alaska. ?i THE HOME OF THE HOWARD WATCH EURNITURE LINOLEUM I P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska 1 _ . ? ~ t If You Want the Real Thing in ^ TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING F SEE 6 t M. J. O'Connor i A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED J |j M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS n Is your Diamond Loose? ; Bring them in and let us examine them. h Diamonds remounted or reset with platinum or gold. 1' Repair work guaranteed on Watches and Jewelry MENDHAM'S Tx'HT = Established 1897 ti: 144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALASKA HOONAH INDIANS WED AT DOUGLAS DOUGLAS. Feb. 10.?In Douglas In dian village last night, Rov. Owen Urn stead united in wedlock Mr. Henry Mayeda and Miss Emma Bennett, both of Hoonali. Only the necessary wit nesses were present. They will re turn to Hoonah on the next trip of the Georgia. ?+? SALVATION ARMY WEDDING AT DOUGLAS DOUGLAS, Feb. 10.?Charles Spur gvon Ewens and Miss Margaret Biuino were married last evening at the Salvation Army barracks. Quite a number of natives had gathered to their regular service. The meeting was Interrupted by tho bridal party accompanied by Rev. Owen Umstead of the Congregational church, who spoke the words uniting Mr. Ewens nnd Miss Blaine. The ring ceremony was used. MEXICAN DEFEATS CYANIDE AT BASKETBALL THEADWELL, Feb. 10?The Mex ican defeated the cynnido plant last ulght in a red hot basketball game by a score of 20 to 15, and tied the ma chine shop for flrst place In the tour nament. The game was exciting throughout. The cyanide led for some time during the first half. The line up was as follows: Mexican?J. Barqulst, center; Beels and Berg, guards; Gross (CapL), Fore man, forwards. Cyanide plant?Whito, center; Will Barqulst and Mills, guards; Atchlnson (Capt.), and Hayes, forwards. Referee, Tom McDonald; time, two twenty-minute halves; scorekeepor, Charles Hall; timekeepers, Harry De lin and Frank Russell; fouls on Mex ican, 2; on cyanide plant, 3. Leslie Foreman starred at shooting baskets for the Mexican, whllo the nthers played a fine game. The cya nide plant put up a game fight but could not win. The next game will be Thursday evo ning between the store and the Mexi can. The standing of the clubs Is aB fol ows: Club Won Lost Pet. Machine shop 5 2 .710 Mexican 5 2 .710 Store 3 4 .430 , Cyanide 1 6 .143 | 3IG SKATING RACE FOR DOUGLAS ISLAND DOUGLAS, Feb. 10.?Van der Wyer , nas accepted a challenge from Rohro Qaugh for another skating race, and ( named the Douglas rink as the placo ( 'or the race. The date of the con :est will be arranged soon. + l JTRONG PROGRAM AT THE LYRIC THEATRE DOUGLAS, Feb. 10.?An extra good jrogram is on at the Lyric tonight, as ollows: "The Clew of the Dust," a Majestic Irama that is very interesting. "A Will and a Way," a Thanhouser Irama, strong and well acted. "Gaumont Weekly," one of the latest. "A Telephone Entanglement," com dy. V * DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES !? ? DOUGLAS. Feb. 10.?The last so :ial of the year before Lent will be leld at the Alaska Catholic club rooms onight. Cards will be played and >rizes awarded. The generosity of Mr. Beldleman, of he Northern Bar, in sending up his dano player at the baseball meeting Jaturday, was fully appreciated by he fans. Hose Co. No. 1, met last night Ed Needham and wife will leave on he Spokane to make their home in lelena, Montana. They are old tlm rs here, and will be missed by many riends. i : + MARINE NOTES i [r + The Northwestern sails from Seattle t 9 o'clock tonight and should arrivo a 'Juneau Friday night or Saturday aornlng. The Mariposa left Cordova Sunday ight and is duel to arrive in Ju eau Southbound tonight and sail outhbound at 10 o'clock. The Northland will bo due to ar- _ ive in Juneau next Saturday. The Princess Maquinna will sail from 'ancouver next Saturday. The sailing of the Al-Kl from Seattle as been postponed until February 14. The Georgia left for Sitka this morn ig and will return Saturday night The Spokane was scheduled to arrive om Skagway Southbound early this fternoon. BIG MASQUERADE FEB. 19 Remember the big masquerade tnce that will be given by the Ju 3au Athletic club Thursday evening, eb. 19th. at Elks' hall. It will be the me of the year. The Juneau Athletic club gives mces every Thursday evening. 2-4-tf ? t * I PERSONAL M ENTION I J Collector of Customs J. F. Pugh left an the Admiral Sampson for an offl :ial visit in Cordova. , J. A. Fagcrberg, well known old Llmer of the Xazina. took passage for Cordova on the Admiral Sampson. A. C. Williams, well known business j aian of Katalla, arrived in Juneau from :he South on the Admiral Sampson ast night. R. H. Chadwick, a Seattle commer cial mail left for Seward on the Ad miral Sampson. G. A. Vingar, traveling for J. B. Caro & Co., left for Skagway on the Spokane yesterday. Sam Guyot, popular commercial man traveling out of Juneau, arrived from Ketchikan on the Admiral Samp son last night. S. G. Murray, of the Ingersoll-Rand company, arrived in Juneau last night on the Admiral Snmpson after spend ing a few days in Seattle and vicinity. Grand Masquerade Ball JUNEAU ATHLETIC CLUB Thursday, Feb. 19th, at Elks' Hall FIFTEEN PRIZES Spectators, 50 cents. Gentlemen in mask, $150; Ladies in mask, 50 cents Dancing Until One o'Clock List of Prizes and Donors: 1. Ladies' Door Prize?Box fancy chocolates, by Juneau Drug Company. 2. Gentlemen's Door Prize?Pearl handle knife, by Gas tineau Hardware Company. 3. Best Dressed Lady?Silk shirt waist, by B. M. Behr ends Co. 5. Best Dressed Gentleman?$10 sweater, by H. J. Ray mond Co. 4. Second Best Dressed Lady?Casserole, by the Juneau Hardware Co. 6. Second Best Dressed Gentleman?Aluminum ball-bear ing roller skates, by C. W. Young Co. 7. Best Sustained Lady Character?Lady's toilet set, by Britt's Drug store. 8. Best Sustained Gentleman's Character?Meerschaum pipe and case, by McCaul's cigar store. 9. Most Original Lady's Character?Fancy bottle perfume by Milt Winn's Drug Store. 10. Gentleman's Most Original Character?Box Monopole cigars, by George C. Burford. 11. Best Lady Waltzer?Large box candy, by Jackon's candy store. 12. Best Gentleman Waltzer?6-lb. fruit cake, by Lemke's. 13. Best Topsy Character?Hand-Painted sugar and cream er, by Racket Store. 14. First Honorary Prize for Lady?Coffee percolator, by Alaska Supply company. 15. Second Honorary Prize for Lady?Fancy box station ery, by Jas. E. Barragar. Get Your FISH a, Juneau Cold Storage Co. FRESH, SALT and FROZEN 1 EVERYTHING IN SEA80N j PROMPT DELIVERY ] PHONE 26 Near City Dock ] t No sale goods sent out on approval All sales must be final No exchange Specials For This Week :? at our Building and Moving Sale REGULAR $25.00, SALE PRICE $12.50 REGULAR $27.50, SALE PRICE $13.75 REGULAR $30.00, SALE PRICE $15.00 REGULAR $35.00, SALE PRICE $17.50 REGULAR $40.00, SALE PRICE $20.00 $12.50 LADIES' COATS $ 7.50 $15.00 LADIES' COATS $ 9.50 $20.00 LADIES' COATS $12.50 $25.00 LADIES' COATS $14.50 $30.00 LADIES' COATS $17.50 $35.00 LADIES' COATS . .$19.50 Ladies Silk Hose, Kayser-ltalian, Black Only, $1.35 pr. Odd Pieces Underwear for Ladies, Missesand children 1-2 Price Golf Gloves and Mittens, 35c, 40c, 45c.. 20c pr. $ 3.00 SWEATERS, AT $1.75 $ 4.00 SWEATERS, AT $2.50 $ 5.00 SWEATERS, AT $3.25 $ 6.50 SWEATERS, AT $4.00 1 $ 8.50 SWEATERS, AT $6.00 | $10.00 SWEATERS, AT $7.00 H I One lot Fancy Waists 1-2 price. And another at 1-4 off. 25 per cent, off balance of Stock J Our stock is the largest. Our quality is the best; Our prices are the lowest. Why not give us a call? NELSON & OSBORNE Fresh from the Southland NEW CABBAGE, PARSNIPS, CARROTS, SWEET POTATOES, BRUS SELS' SPROUTS, SPINACH, CAULIFLOWER, GREEN PEPPERS, RHUBARB, CRANBERRIES, BANANAS. "WE SELL GOOD GOODIES" Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY Beer 5c. a Glass I W. A. Ferguson M. H. Kirk Patrick The Buffet Hotel Cain NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED WHISKEY "nothing but the best" SIDE ENTRANCE NEXT TO ELKS HALL I Ml II II III 1 I III III I III 1 1 : The Arctic Pocket:: Billiard Parlors ! Best Brands of !! CIGARS, TOBACCO and " i SMOKING ARTICLES . !! IHOUSEL and CLAY, Proprs. || Tho management reserves the ?? right to reject the patronage of ? ? any persons. Ill 1 1 111 111 I 1 I 1 II 11 1 I II I'' LOCVRE BAR AL. CARLSON, Prop. | j:--- . EVERY DAY ! A BIG DAY Wc Bake Three Times Dally Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cakes to Order for Special Occasions Eureka Bakery 302 Franklin St Phone 2122 fl I Mill I II 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I I 1 I llf The Place to Meet the Old Alaskans is at i :: LOCKIE McKINNONS :: Every Thing First Class till il ll 1II111 ill 111111 It-'